It is an endless debate, and it is one that will surely not come to an end with the following. The fact of being a never-ending-story is in fact part and parcel of the subject matter: openness, contestability, and historicity—all this is not least a matter of an ongoing power struggle between different kind of subjects. This suggests an approach that is different from making reference to the characterisation of Human Rights as universal, inalienable, indivisible, interdependent and interrelated. Nevertheless, it is worthwhile to discuss another time the relationship between morality and Human Rights, or one could also say: the relationship between moralisation and strict legal provisions. The contribution argues in favour of an open ‘hermeneutic’ approach, not denying the need of legal instruments in strictu sensu but also not reducing legal questions on legality by pushing substantial questions around justice onto the backstage. Digitisation and a new stage of globalisation provide the background for this debate.